I am joined by Inc.com assistant editor Cameron Albert-Deitch, who discusses Gillette's audacious branding campaign, and even extrapolates lessons in online marketing from the record-breaking Instagram egg. But the past week is only the beginning for "wild advertising season." After all, the Super Bowl is just around the corner.
Next, Inc.com staff writer Emily Canal talks about the already-growing field of candidates for the Democratic nomination in the 2020 presidential election, and explains what she found when she looked into their records on business issues.
And finally, Emily and I interview Adam Lowry and Neil Renninger, the co-founders of Ripple. Built around sustainability, their company sells products made from protein extracted from yellow peas, turning it into creamers, protein shakes, and non-dairy milks.
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